The National Democratic Congress (NDC) began its “setting the records straight” series ahead of the December polls.
Speaking at the “Setting the records straight” series at the party’s headquarters in Accra Thursday, the Minister of Transport, Fifi Kwetey said the government is investing the loans in projects and infrastructure in the country contrary to the NPP’s accusation that government is piling up Ghana’s debt stock.
Also, the governing NDC says there is nothing phenomenal about the New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) financial record because it was shielded from economic difficulties through its decision to go to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Mr Kwetey also noted that the former President John Kufuor administration was supported by excessive drug money that flowed into the country.
He added that President Mahama must be given more credit for cleaning the mess of the then NPP administration.
According to Fifi Kwetey, there is now "huge confidence" and "positive expectation" Ghana’s economy now
“Fiscal deficit in increasing more under control and even credit-rating bodies are about to release a favourable rating of Ghana's economy,” he said.
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